Solid State Hard Drive Reviews for 2018

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Not all solid state drives are made equally, and their varying speeds aren't necessarily relative to their price tag.
Seagate 600 Pro 400gb Solid State Drive Review

Seagate 600 Pro 400gb Solid State Drive Review

It took them long enough, but with patience and meticulous care, Seagate has finally taken a serious dive into the well-established solid state storage drive market with the 600 series. We took a good look at the consumer level 600 240gb rendition. It was a fantastic performer that tried with…
Seagate 600 240GB Solid State Drive Review

Seagate 600 240GB Solid State Drive Review

Earlier this month, the accomplished storage sovereigns at Seagate announced a trio of new solid state drives in various sizes, capacity and formats. This is the first time the company has turned its attention to the flash powered drives in a number of years. Lurking in the shadows, they watched…
Seagate Unleashes Trio of Solid State Drives 600, 600 Pro and 1200

Seagate Unleashes Trio of Solid State Drives 600, 600 Pro and 1200

Seagate has finally taken the plunge into speedy Solid State country. After waiting and lurking in the background for several years, the company kicks things into high gear with a small hit-squad of SSD options aimed at various and use scenarios. The Seagate 600 is a 2.5-inch storage drive intended…
Seagate SSHD Thin 500GB Hybrid Solid State Storage Drive Review

Seagate SSHD Thin 500GB Hybrid Solid State Storage Drive Review

I have a buddy who refuses to sully his system with the dirty temptation of “those shiny new solid state storage drives”. In truth he can’t figure out the best use scenario for one he could actually afford–not to mention the drives’ sobering storage limitations. This is an idea shared by many system builders. SSD storage…
OCZ Technology Takes “Control” With New Vector Series SATA III SSD Line

OCZ Technology Takes “Control” With New Vector Series SATA III SSD Line

I would argue that the solid state game would not be where it is today if not for OCZ Technology. The company has made incredible leaps and bounds with solid state drive tech. To get here OCZ has kicked out more drives than an overly rowdy drive-in theater. They offer…
SanDisk Unveils Integrated SSD The Size Of A Stamp

SanDisk Unveils Integrated SSD The Size Of A Stamp

SSD drives were cool to begin with, but SanDisk’s new 64GB SSD is pretty darn small too — the size of a postage stamp, actually. The new iSSD, or integrated SSD, is soldered onto the motherboard and is going to be used for portable devices. Sizes will range from 4GB…
Super Talent’s UltraDrive MX SSD Features Both USB & SATA II

Super Talent’s UltraDrive MX SSD Features Both USB & SATA II

Super Talent knows fast storage. Their new UltraDrive MX SSD line of drives has 250MB/sec read and 180MB/sec write speeds, and it’s dual-interface is a perfect way to use their drive as either external or internal storage. The UltraDrive has both mini-USB and SATA II connections, so you can easily clone…
OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive: Drool

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive: Drool

One word comes to mind when I laid eyes on OCZ’s Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive: drool.  Yeah, that’s not really a word; more a feeling.  Queue the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack.  Moving on shall we. So what is the Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive?  Exactly what…
OCZ’s Colussus 1TB Solid State Drive Gets Priced

OCZ’s Colussus 1TB Solid State Drive Gets Priced

It’s not too often that the computer’s components cost more than the machine, that is until you set out to purchase a 1TB solid state drive.  OCZ’s 1TB Colossus costs a whopping $2,500 and is set to ship sometime in mid August.  It accomplishes maximum read speeds of 250MB/s and…
Buffalo Intros SSD Drive With Mini USB Port

Buffalo Intros SSD Drive With Mini USB Port

That little bit of extra versatility can sometimes make or break a product’s PR.  And Buffalo’s most recent SSD drive ‘makes it’ thanks to a built-in mini-USB port.  That’s right. If you don’t have the drive jammed inside of a machine, or a compatible machine for that matter, you can…
Toshiba Launches First 512GB SSD With 2.5-inch Form Factor

Toshiba Launches First 512GB SSD With 2.5-inch Form Factor

Toshiba launched the world's first 2.5-inch 512GB SSD drive today. They also kicked out 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB drives and they're all based on a 43 nanometer Multi-Level Cell NAND. Don't expect them until Q2 or Q3 of 2009, but Tosh will be showing them off at CES 2009.
Toshiba Announces 256GB Solid State Drives

Toshiba Announces 256GB Solid State Drives

As the Netbook battle heats up so does the need for larger sized SSDs.  Today, Toshiba unveiled their 256GB, 2.5-inch solid state drive.  It’s backed by a multi-level cell controller which provides ‘higher read-write speeds, parallel data transfers and wear leveling to optimize performance, reliability and endurance’.  So, expect a…
Intel Announces X18-M and X25-M Solid State Drives

Intel Announces X18-M and X25-M Solid State Drives

By: Albert S Intel announced the X18-M and X25-m consumer SSD drives. So what’s the big deal, there’s a bunch of them already? The big hoohah is that these drives are blaaazing fast, as tested by Laptop Magazine and PC Perspective. Intel’s claim of a 250MBps read rate have been…
Intel Officially Announces Solid State Hard Drives

Intel Officially Announces Solid State Hard Drives

Intel made their SSDs, or solid state drives official at the Developer’s Forum in SF today. They’ll come in two form factors, 1.8 and 2.5-inches, and they’ll depend on Multi Level Cell NAND memory. The addition of the SSDs is said to improve system performance since it can access information…

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